Two small (120 sqm) courtyard houses are designed to sit side by side, capable of repetition. They make a dramatic street wall with elevated roof terraces and a tower like main bedroom. In comparison to the traditional semi detached dwelling or terrace house, these houses have only one adjoining wall, two private lighted perimeter edges and cross ventilation in all habitable rooms. The house is organised by the courtyard, intimately related roos and garden. The rooms of the house wind around the court. The central garden is still and open, the informal circulation through the house. Noted by Waverly Council as Model Infill Design.